The Street Teacher - Discover New York - and Washington D.C. - Again!



Welcome to The Street Teacher!
Let's see New York City: 

1.) The World Trade Center and the 9/11 Memorial 

The scene of the greatest disaster on American soil, the 9/11 Memorial is visited by millions of visitors every year since it opened only 3 years ago.  We can visit it now to see the glorious No. 1 World Trade Center finally opening for its new tenants, and mourn the 2983 victims of both the terrorism of 1993 and of 9/11 2001 at the two pools of the Reflecting Absence Memorial.  

This walk begins at St. Paul's Chapel, at 209 Broadway, between Vesey and Fulton Streets, and includes a history of the World Trade Center and a survey of its reconstruction, as well as a walk around the pools with stops at various names to recount the stories of victims and heroes who were killed on that day and on February 26, 1993. 

A visit to the museum is not included in the price, but tickets can be purchased at the museum when we finish our walk. 

Price (per person): $35 - minimum two persons

2.) Visit Greenwich Village!
This walk can be configured any way you like, because the Village is really three neighborhoods that link to each other in very comfortable yet distinctly different ways.  Most may really be thinking of the West Village, when they imagine the quaint and irregular streets and some of the historic eating and drinking places; while many others are thinking of the East Village when they remember the counter-culture of the sixties and seventies, when Fillmore East was the big deal in popular , and the Beats were a virtually established "old guard."  And then there's New York University - right in the middle, around Washington Square.  We can see it all!

A.The East Village Walk - 2 hours - begins at The Alamo @ 8th St. and Lafayette Street
Price (per person): $35 - minimum two persons

B. The West Village Walk2 hours - begins at the Washington Square Arch, at the bottom of Fifth Avenue
Price (per person): $35 - minimum two persons

C. The West and East Villages Walk - 3 to 4 hours - Begins at the Southwest corner of W. 14th Street and 8th Avenue near the subway entrance.
Price (per person): $45 - minimum two persons

3.) Central Park and the Upper East and West Sides

Everyone has heard about Central Park - but have you really met The Central Park?! Come and explore everyone's yard and learn what makes New York really special! 
We will meet at The Pulitzer Fountain, in front of the Plaza Hotel, at 59th Street and 5th Avenue.  (Across from the Apple Store.) We'll be starting just above Midtown Manhattan, and crossing the Central Park to the Lincoln Center Neighborhood to the West, and and back through it again to the Upper East Side along the Fifth Avenue - all the time discovering new landscapes and interesting stories.  
This walk takes between 2 and 3 hours
Price (per person): $35 - minimum two persons
Walking tours are limited to a total of 10 people.

Please inquire about our other walks! 
 
4. The Upper East Side and New York's great museums
5. Harlem, from the Morris Jumel Mansion in Washington Heights to the Apollo and Mt. Morris Park
6.Midtown: Grand Central Terminal, The New York Public Library, Fifth Avenue, Times Square - and more!

Remember, if you're out and about and happen to forget your Street Teacher website, just check out TripAdvisor - you'll find him there.
Any questions?  Please e-mail Bill@TheStreetTeacher.com, or call 917-921-9273


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